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. who was picked up this time and why are u.s. authorities worried. jenna: in the bottom box, where more democrats are breaking ranks with party leaders. all that and much more straight ahead. jon: a huge hurricane batters the tiny island of bermuda. igor hits with 95-mile an hour winds. janice dean is watching this thing in the faction weather center. >> reporter: it could have been a lot worse. center of igor40 miles west of bermuda, last night around 11:00 local times. winds ar68 miles per hour gusting to 93. tropical force storm winds extending 350 miles from the center of the storm. this is a huge, huge event. hay had tropical-force storm winds for at least 24 hours on the island of bermuda. there doesn't seem to be a lot of damage or injuries reported, but igor did cause two deaths in the caribbean. there is the storm right now off screen because we don't have the satellite picture for you. you can see how huge this storm is, still a hurricane but expected to become extra tropical within the next day or so. so there is the path, racing across portions of canada. a tropical storm wa
on behalf of a u.s. born cleric. al-awlaki's father who filed the case said the case can hurt nationalure execute. >> agents were looking for a connection between local anti-war activist and terrorist groups in columbia. in the middle east no arrests were made. >> overnight lindsay lohan released from jail despite the fact she was supposed to be locked up until late october. her attorney challenged the ruling that ordered her to be held in prison without bail. >> that mug shot she needs as a head shot. she now has to wear a ankle bracelet and stay away from places that sell alcohol. the 24 year old is do you back in court in october 22nd to determine if she violated her drug test. lohan served less than one-third of her jail sentence and released from rehab: a aircraft landed safely in an remote air of kaistana. >> it looks like the moon. >> the three astronauts returned to the earth following a six month stay. they were placed in reclining chairs to help them adjust to gravity. >> and bora topped that out. >> lock how cavalier we are about space travel. 10 or 15 years ago we would have s
for joining us. thank you eric for joining us. >> i love it. >> the money here. >> keepanite on it. >> i tell you what, it was ladies night on friday for the gop. lisa murkowski . o'donnell spired up the crowd. familiar things that you have heard from sarah palin. talking about the ruling class. here is chris tin o'donnell. >> it is not they don't get us. they call us whacky and wing nuts. we call us "we the people." [laughing] >> they are trying to say we are trying to take over that party or that campaign. they don't get it. we are not trying to take back our country. we are, our country. >> she spoke for 18 minutes and received multiple standing ovation . she won the gop nomination in delaware. she is called the "it" girl. there is so much. she won an upset victory and some people say the deck and cards are stacked against her for the upcoming election. but she is getting so much name recognition people are getting to know her now that she is on the national stage. >> she is perfect tea party candidate. she is anti-establishment. she was voted in by the people and that's what she stands fo
are now learning that more than 60% of u.s. pipelines are aging, and according to the ntsb putting countless lives at risk. trace gallagher has more live from our west coast newsroom, trace. >> reporter: i've got to tell you, megyn the more we look into this the more concerning this gets, five days after the san bruno pipe explosion and we still have no idea what the exact cause was. the ntsb saying, look around the country. there could be thousands, maybe tens of thousands of pipes that are in the same condition the san bruno pipe was in. remember, if you want to look at these pictures, the san bruno pipes were all put in in the 1950s. this is 1948, look at the hillsides, the area, there are very few subdivisions put in here. they were all put in by the 1950s. now we'll show you almost of the same picture of what it looks like today, you'll get a better example. look at the sprawl. on top of all of those gas lines that were put in 50 years ago, and keep in mind that for a metal pipe 50 years is about the life expectancy, look at the sprawl in the same area. all those pipes that we
but sometimes they can turn malignant. when that happens, it's virtually impossible to cure those patients using standard treatment. we are attempting to develop new imuno therapy so the body itself can reject the cancer. >> i had tumors all over my body i could feel. i would feel those just like going away. >> we've ice lied the immune cells away from the tumor cells, identified the ones that have the most reactive against the cancer and expanded them in culture. there are millions and machines of cells that are growing here. >> these are the cells that we grew from the tumor we took out. just imagine those cells chewing up the tumor. >> when the treatment works, it works very quickly but it doesn't work in everybody. right now the particular treatment we're using cautioning a substantial cancer regression in about half of all the patients we treat. >> he was an 80% tumor reduction at one month. very impressive. >> having side effects, anything at all? >> no, i feel great. >> the tumor is shrinking down. >> back to normal? >> yes. >> on the other hand going to the next room, there is one of the
. it is threatening. >> i used to have a lesion righthere on the side of the neck. people couldn't see it. >> it absolutely changes a person's life when they receive the diagnosis. >> i was swollen up so bad because of the tumor. i was barely able to walk. >> having to tell my children was very, very difficult. l it's your worst mig cht mere. >> cancer isn't like any disease we've ever faced,t's hundreds. >>. >> 40 years ago we knew so little about cancer doctors were hesitant to tell the deadly diagnosis. >> today it's no longer a dream to win the war because treatments are targeted to specific tumors. >> it's here in where they are surgically removed. that is the best case scenario for getting rid of cancer but with new radiation techniques and chemotherapy patients are living longer than ever before. n this special, patients and doctors will share their stories of strength and hope in their everyday battle with this deadly disease. >> it will be impossible to answer all your questions in this hour, so be sure to check fox news health.com for more information. we begin with melamoma, th
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. it is challenging. it is threatening. >> you used to have a big lesion right here on the side of the head. >> it was big. i always put my hair over it. >> so people couldn't see it? >> yes. >> it changes a person's life when they receive that diagnosis. >> my leg was swellg up so bad bause of the tumor i was able to barely walk. it was so gpainful. >> having to tell my children was very, very difficult.rs it's yours -- your worse nightmare. >> cancer is unlike any other disease it's not one disease it's hundreds. >> 40 years ago we knew so little about cancer doctors were hesitant to tell patients the deadly diagnosis. >> today winning the war on cancer is no longer a dream because treatments are becoming personalized and targeted to specific people. i am dr. nny alvarez. >> itere in the or where tumors are surgically removed. with new radiation techniques and therapies patients are surviving and living longer than ever before. in the special patients and doctors will share their stories of strength and hope in their every day battle with this battle of the disease. >> it will be impossib
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